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Sequim golf sweeps aside NK

Sequim Gazette staff

In a battle of purple and gold, it was the players from Sequim hitting all the greens.

 

Sequim High School’s undefeated boys and girls golf squads stayed that way after taking on and topping previously unbeaten North Kitsap on April 12.

 

Junior Ryan O’Mera shot a 71 over 18 holes for medalist honors in a 75-shot victory for Sequim’s boys, while Sequim senior Kim Duce finished her nine holes with a 48 for medalist honors in the Wolves’ 25-shot win against NK’s girls.

 

Backed by strong finishes from Hailey Estes (51), Elisa Sallee (59) and Lisa Dona (60), Sequim’s girls improved to 4-0 in league and 5-0 overall.

 

On the boys’ side, O’Mera shot a 34 on the front nine and topped NK’s ace Troy Means by six shots. Sequim’s Mallory Maloney finished with an 81, Anthony Pinza shot an 83 and Casey Torres finished with an 85.

 

Sequim’s boys (5-0) added another big win three days later, knocking off North Mason at home by 58 shots (406 to 464) on April 15.

 

O’Mera once again earned medalist honors with a 74 to edge Bulldog Tommy Renne by five shots and Andy Renne by six.

 

Josh Francis shot a solid 81 while Ezra Perkins finished the 18 holes with an 83.

 

Sequim was slated to take on Port Townsend away on April 18, with the Wolves’ boys matching up with the only other undefeated league squad (2-0) on the Redskins’ home turf. Results of the match were unavailable at press time for this section.

 

Sequim’s girls host Kingston on April 21, and then both are back in action April 25 at home against Bremerton.

 

 

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